Foodology Identity & Branding by Somewhere Else

May 16th, 2013 by retail design blog

Foodology is a 8000sqft restaurant situated in the midst of Singapore’s financial district. It serves restaurant grade food at affordable prices via 9 different food types / stations with plans to scale larger or smaller depending on their upcoming locations.

Based on the name, the identity treats Foodology as an institution for food and borrows different graphic elements from academia to create its own unique voice. The logo is designed like a seal with a “F” symbol and to express the fact that Foodology provides a wide selection of foods, the logotype comes in 6 different permutations with the “o”s replaced by different abstract symbols.

To ensure that the identity system is flexible enough to accomomodate the different situations and broad spectrum of applications such a brand may encounter, an extensive set of illustrations and secondary graphics were also developed. These graphics allow the brand to be dynamic and show customers a multi-faceted, well rounded personality.

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One thought on “Foodology Identity & Branding by Somewhere Else

  1. Elli says:

    Wow, it’s so clean and simple but also detailed and entertaining. Great work!

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